A Milwaukee SAGA -- The Society of American Graphic Artists [SAGA] held its 80th Members Exhibition in Milwaukee March 20th – 23rd as part of Print MKE, organized in collaboration with the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design and the UWM Peck School of the Arts.
You can hand practically anybody a brush and a bucket of paint and they will come up with something identifiable (for better or worse) as a painting. But even a skilled technician can find numerous ways to screw up a print even before putting ink to paper; it’s much harder than to do than you might think.
There are also many different, mostly classic techniques for creating multiple images, and they do not lend themselves to impromptu innovations. So printmakers tend to be quite interesting and purposeful beings.
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